Woman posted ''Baby Wanted'' ad on Facebook

 
Woman posted ''Baby Wanted'' ad on Facebook
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Two women in Bolivia have been arrested for trafficking after sale of a baby.

The buyer paid $240 for the baby after having posted a "Baby Wanted" ad on Facebook.

The other arrested is the baby's mother.

The head of the child welfare authorities in the city of Cruz, Rosy Valencia, said the buyer was a 18 year old woman.

She apparently brought the baby to a young man who had broken up with her and told him that it was their child. The man then called the police.

On Thursday, police present evidence in the form of a Facebook page, where the buyer searched for potential baby sellers.

According to the authorities, the seller is a 32 year old prostitute who did not know the identity of the child's father.

She tried to cover the costs of child birth, Valencia said.

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